Great News! Thanks to Saint Thomas Health – our premiere sponsor, and Lipscomb College of Business – our presenting sponsor, we are now able to waive the ticket price for our young professionals. You and your friends / networking wingman can register for your tickets now!
It’s About Who You Know
STARS is proud to announce our second annual Meet a Mentor powered by the Pink Bride event, hosted by the organization’s Associate Board Committee! We’re putting Nashville’s most successful leaders and its brightest young minds in the same room for an evening of connection and philanthropy.
The event will be held on October 19, 2016 at Studio 615 and will go from 6pm to 8pm.
Attending Mentors will include leaders in the following industries: Music, Healthcare, Marketing, Education, Design, Politics, Sports, Real Estate, Business Leadership, Restaurant & Tourism and Non-profits.
Tickets are available online. Click here to reserve your spot.
This event is hosted by the Associate Board Committee of STARS. STARS is a 501(c)3 and serves as a nationally recognized evidenced-based resource for student assistance, training and professional consultation. The organization exists to provide schools and communities with prevention, intervention and treatment services, addressing bullying, substance abuse, violence, and social and emotional barriers to success.
STARS helps schools tackle tough issues that threaten the emotional, psychological and academic well-being of students – issues such as substance abuse, violence, bullying, harassment, family conflicts and divorce, loss, grief, and other concerns. Through assemblies, classroom presentations, and group or individual counseling sessions, STARS assists schools in preventing and confronting these difficult challenges.
Founded in 1984, STARS operates in schools and community sites throughout Middle Tennessee via STARS Counselors, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services as well as through Youth Overcoming Drug Abuse (YODA), a licensed alcohol and drug outpatient adolescent treatment program for substance abuse and co-occurring disorders.
STARS Kids on the Block puppetry program helps educate kindergarten through sixth grade students about health and social concerns that affect their lives, while promoting an understanding and acceptance of all children and adults regardless of their differences.
Learn more at starsnashville.org